The recent increase in interest rates announced by the Bank of England leaves us with no more clarity about the direction of monetary policy than we had before the micro-adjustment.
Indeed, the increase raises rather more questions than it resolves. Ostensibly, the 0.25% move simply reverses the rather ill-judged post referendum cut. However, we have no clear understanding...
Partner Insight: In this environment, a well-resourced credit research team is essential and having traders to keep check on markets is very helpful too, according to Fidelity fixed income managers Sajiv Vaid, Peter Khan and Kris Atkinson
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In recent weeks, investors have fixated on the inversion of several sovereign yield curves, most notably the US Treasury curve.
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